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Established in Brixton, 2010. In association with Brixton Art Prize & #lofipostershow

Gallery Update: We’re Coming Back!

Exciting things are happening for Studio 73 and we’re going to talk all about it…

A Little Bit Of History

Studio 73 started as a photography and framing service back in 2010 which turned into an art gallery in Brixton Village. The vision for celebrating local art was always at the forefront of Studio 73 and its values. Having artists from around the world showing off their fantastic pieces was an incredible feeling and experience.

Artist Takeover was a proud achievement in which for over a year, artists took over the gallery space to hang up their art for everyone to admire. From Marie Lenclos and Ted Dave to Scott Bauer and Katy Binks, the gallery paid homage to all things creative. The vision has always been to uplift artists and supports independent artists at the same time.

Brixton had space for artists to be themselves and show what they had to offer the world. A sense of pride, belonging and growing creativity lived in the gallery space. However, In 2020, we made a move to focusing online whilst still making sure the art scene was alive and growing a platform for art lovers to visit and buy their favourite art.

A Little Bit Of 2020

With Studio 73 being online, we still wanted to make sure Brixton and the artists were the centres of attention in our mission. We held events such as #lofipostershow where photographers gathered together with their work blown up onto massive posters to be hung around external surfaces.

With the event proving a success, being online was also important as most people had to transition to this space due to lockdowns etc. Artists were still making art and we still put it out there which proved to still be exciting. With progress being made and a lot of thinking later, we want to open back up to the public again!

A Little Bit Of Now

Here we are, your read that right. We are reopening as a viewing space towards the end of October 2021. We are in the process of putting some finishing touches, sorting throw the artwork and making some adjustments so in the meanwhile, you can still view the art online and purchase it but you will soon have an extra option of seeing the art in person.

We want to create a space where customers can sit down, relax and spend some time searching through the art to find what they are looking for. We have a range of bold, colourful art prints as well as minimalistic pieces, paintings and all types of sizes of work.

We are pretty sure we have art that suits everyone’s taste. In fact, we have a guide on our blog about what your taste is in case you’re stuck with what to chose. Find it here! You can also get closer to our artists as we have made their own pages on our website so you can know the ins and outs when purchasing their art. Find your artist’s journey here!

Keep in touch and stay in the loop with Studio 73 by following us on social media. On there, you will find updates on our opening times, venue and all things artsy. Remember to check the blog as we update it weekly. One last suggestion before you visit us! We have a Pinterest page to give you some inspiration on what art you’d like to purchase. Visit us on Pinterest and save some pins.

We really look forward to seeing you in the gallery and viewing some incredible pieces we have for you. See you soon!

Dominique de Comarmond

Dominique is the Creative Coordinator at Studio 73. She is originally from South Africa and is also a musician and artist known as Diascia. She loves all things art, cats and coffee.

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